- Sizes: 143, 146, 149, 152
- Flex: 6
- Profile: Combo
- Shape: True Twin
- Price: £489 / €549
Torah Bright may have slipped from the highest echelons of competitive snowboarding, but it’s only because of riders like her that the current standard is so high. Two Olympic medals in the halfpipe was just a small part of her many years of slaying the pipe (not to mention slopestyle courses too), and she did a lot of it on her Roxy Torah Bright snowboard.
All of Mervin Manufacturing’s top tech is on display here. The Roxy Torah Bright has a more drastic version of the brand’s signature camber/rocker combo profiles than anything else in the line. It’s less forgiving of little mistakes, but when you want to really get the most out of the central rocker bend in the pow, or the underfoot camber sections on the piste or in the pipe, it’ll deliver.
“The Aspen and paulownia wood core is both light and strong, perfect for high-end freestyle both in and out of the park”
Extra purchase on the pipe wall comes courtesy of the Magne-Traction edges. Designed to work like a bread knife, they feature multiple contact points in a wave, gripping the snow better than anything else around.
The Aspen and paulownia wood core is both light and strong, perfect for high-end freestyle both in and out of the park, while the flex makes it sturdy enough for the big stuff whilst not ruling out the mini-shred. A high-quality all-rounder, just like Torah.